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Full text of "Commencement program, 1939"

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 

OF THE SCHOOLS OF THE 

PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF 

ART 

THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 
THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 



JUNE 8th. 1939 



PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART 
FAIRMOUNT 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/commencementprog1939phil 



PROGRAM 



MR. J. STOGDELL STOKES 
President 



ADDRESS 

CHARLES CHILD 



AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 
Art School 

EDWARD WARWICK 
Principal 

Textile School 

EDWARD W. FRANCE 
Director 

PRESENTATION OF PRIZES 

MRS. JOHN WINTERSTEEN 



THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

DIPLOMAS AWARDED 
June 8. 1939. 



Laura Jean Allen 
Joseph A. Amore 
Catherine Joan Barnes 
Leslie Blinn 
Philip J. Bongiovanni 
Wiilard Borow 
Susan Ashley Carter 
William Martin Chapman' 
Claude Clark 
Gardiner C. Criswell 
Dennis Joseph Darreff 
Dorothy Eckstein 
Anne Forr 
Doris S. Fehnel 
Arthur Louis Flory 
William Kennedy Forsythe 
Douglass K. Franklin 
Mary Dorothy Garrett 
George Denniston Ghysells 
Benjamin Greber 
Mori Agnes Gretz 
Robert Allen Haas 
Edith Winifred Height 
Florence May Haines 
Beth Henninger 
Virginia Alice Hinkel 
Ronald Emerson Newer 



Richard Victor Johnson 

Joseph Krush 

Olga Maxine Kuryyioski 

Dorothy Elizabeth Lee 

Michael Russell Lombardo 

Mary Marsh 

Charles John Meder, Jr. 

Sol Mednick 

Vincent Hetrick Miller 

Virginia Noble 

Abraham J. Obrant 

Elinor Marie Petersen 

Thomas D. Rauffenbort 

Ursula Gertroud Ruth Rousnitz 

Maurice Robertson 

William Anthony Roller 

Lawrence O. Ruhf 

Anne Exton Scarlett 

Alfred R. Smith. Jr. 

W. Craig Smith 

Jean B. Sneir 

Margaret Fitzell Tifft 

Jane Nixon Trescott 

Edwin Howard White 

Alice Roberta Woodman 

Helen Alma Yahn 

Harold Zimmerman 



CERTIFICATES AWARDED 



EVENING SCHOOL 



Palmetto Beldina 
Joseph Daley, Jr. 
Raymond DeHcven 
William R. Duvoll. Jr. 
Florence Freeman 
Matthew Leibowitz 



Katherine Moore 
Pauline Pandolf 
Aloysius Reagan 
Raymond Stillmun 
George Wiren 



PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 

DIPLOMAS AWARDED 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 

Samue! Nathan Agatstein 

Louis Sidney Bachrach 

Paul Cousart Bea+ty 

Roger Beauroyre 

Kenneth Christian Beener 

Bertram Howard Benjannin 

John Williams Cutler 

John Patrick Dougherty 

Sidney Olmstead Dutcher 

Eugene Francis Feil 

Sidney Goldberg 

Jerome Jay Grotsky 

Oscar Hagstrom, Jr. 

Frank Haley, Jr. 

Alfred Henry Hart 

Joseph Cavedon Haufe 

Edwin Yetter Hyde, Jr. 

Walter William Ingenthron, Jr. 



Joseph Kaplan 
William Koerner Keet 
Norman Franklin Keffer 
Robert Lawrence Lehr 
Maurice Leon 
Nathan Lleberman 
Stanley Hudson Lipman 
Karl Theodore Lundgren 
Frederick Thure Mosedale 
Lincoln Parvin 
Walter August Qualman. Jt 
Clayton John Schenk. Jr. 
Raymond Allan Silver 
Robert Francis Stafford 
John Albert Stierli. Jr. 
Bernard Marvin Weiss 
Franklyn Samuel Weiss 
Jack Elven Workman 



CHEMISTRY, DYEING & PRINTING COURSE 



isodore Berman 
Charles Kay Bishop 
George Joseph Booth 
Fritz Flor Kobayashi 
Jerome Arnold Lesser 
Newton Monschein 



Michael Theodore Pakyz 
Robert Frederick Roecker 
Harry Julian Seibold 
Sidney David Siege! 
Homer Bagenstose Wolfe 



CERTIFICATES— DAY CLASSES 

SILK COURSE (Two Years) 



Mathew Francis Birnbaum 
Irwin Steven Terris 



John Perin 



SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART 

HONOR LIST OF STUDENTS IN THE PREPARATORY CLASS 
OF THE ART SCHOOL 

Joseph Camana Robert Taylor 

Joseph S+efonelli Emelie Townsend 

Sara Morris Eric Bre+t 

P. William Shoyer Patricia Peterson 

Boris Drucker Jessie Ayres 

Herbert Buxboum Andrew Sanders 

James Cooke Albert Solomon 

Charles Lanning Joan Schietinger 

Robert Leinheiser Ruth Lewis 

James Connelly Margaret Oyen 

HONOR LIST OF STUDENTS IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OF THE ART SCHOOL IN DRAWING AND PAINTING 

William Plummer Seymour Kaplan 

Michael Dimitri Peter G. Varlon 

Robert Held Joseph McDermott 

Albert Storz Thomas Green 

Bruce Adams Susan Jameson 

Albert Rudnick Betty Moore 

Tanfleld Miller Johanna Schneider 

Edward Cullen Louise Bellas 

John Poltorak Gilbert Goldman 

PRIZES AND AWARDS 

THROUGH THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 
AWARDS IN COSTUME DESIGN 

Olga Kuryloski 
1st Prize — Mary Marsh 

Alice Woodmen 
2nd Prize — Elizabeth Goodwill 
3rd Prize — Virginia Godfrey 

EVENING CLASS: 

1st Prize — Palmetto Beldinc 
2nd Prize — Florence Freeman 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS TO THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 
THROUGH THE ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

CLASS IN ILLUSTRATION: 

Catherine Barnes 
Joseph Krush 
Beth Henninger 
Ronald Hower 
Charlotte Byj 
Michael Dimitri 



CLASS IN ADVERTISING DESIGN 

Sol MednicIc Paul Nonnast 

Vincent Miller Helen Hartel 

Harold Zinnmernnan Tanfield Miller 

CLASS IN STAGE CRAFT: 
William Smith 

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS TO THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 
THROUGH BEQUESTS AND SPECIAL FUNDS 

Emma S. Crozier Fund 
Elizabeth B, Roberts Fund 
Joseph E. Temple Fund 
Thomas Skelton Harrison Fund 
Anne E. Sinnott Fund 

CLASS IN TEACHER TRAINING: 

Gertrude Sagarman 
Helen Fitzpatrick 

CLASS IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: 

Katharine Fullaway 
Harford Ryan 

CLASS IN INTERIOR DECORATION: 

Mori Agnes Gretz Bernard Keim 

Thomas Beaudouin 

CLASS IN FASHION ILLUSTRATION: 

Virginia Noble Ruth Pastor 

Dorothy Novak 

From the Frederick Groff Fund 
AWARD FOR FURNITURE DESIGN 

Dorothy Eckstein 

From the Bough-Barber Fund 
AWARDS FOR POTTERY 

Richard Johnson 
Jean Sneir 
Katharine FuJIaway 

From the Henry Pepper Leiond Fund 

AWARD FOR GRAPHICS AND PEN AND INK DRAWING 

Joseph Krush 

SPECIAL AWARDS— ADVERTISING DESIGN: 

The W. H. Hoedt Studios, Inc. Award of Merit to Vincent Miller 

SPECIAL AWARD 

Illustration 

The O'Hara Scholarship Award to the O'Hara Summer School 
Award of Merit to Catherine Barnes 

SPECIAL AWARD 

Illustration 

The Thornton Oakley Gold Medal Award for Illustration 
Award of Merit to Joseph Krush 



THE PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE SCHOOL 
AWARDS OF PRIZES 

TO STUDENTS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: 

MEDAL OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS. 
For general excellence, Regular Three Year Course: 
Walter August Qualman, Jr. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRIZE. The Alumni Association Prize is an appropriately 
engraved gold watch, valued at $50.00. The award is based on highest student 
rating, covering the period of the "full three years of the course, in conjunction with 
qualities of leadership, together with general influence tending toward the advance- 
nnent of the Philadelphia Textile School. The award may not be made if the high 
ranking candidate falls short of the Association's high standard excellence. 
Walter August Qualman, Jr. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student ranking second in gen- 
eral excellence. Regular Course, Third Year: 
Samuel Nathan Agatstein 

HOWARD A. WALTER INTER-FRATERNITY MEMORIAL PRIZE. The Inter-fraternity 
Prize — a memorial to Howard A. Walter — given for the first time June 8, 1939, 
consists of one or more books of technical interest, costing approximately $30.00. The 
award is based on highest student rating for the full three years of the Chemistry, 
Dyeing and Printing Course, in conjunction with qualities of leadership, together 
with general Influence tending toward the advancement of the Philadelphia Textile 
School. The award may not be made If the high ranking candidate falls short of 
these requirements. 
Isodore Berman. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Regular Course, 

Third Year, producing the best executed work In Jacquard Design: 

Maurice Leon 

Honorable Mention: Walter August Qualman, Jr., Samuel Nathan Agatstein 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Regular Course, 

Third Year, attaining the highest rating for the year as regards progress and 

proficiency In the Department of Power Weaving: 

Walter August Qualman, Jr. 

Honorable Mention: Louis Sidney Bachrach. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Chemistry, 
Dyeing and Printing Course, Third Year, attaining the highest rating for the year's 

work: 

Isadore Berman. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of Evening Chemistry 
and Dyeing attaining the highest rating for the full three-year course: 
Peter Michael Coulter. 



SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the Regular Course Second-Year 

Day student producing the best executed fabric from Jocquard Design: 

DeWitt Herbert Morton. 

Honorable Mention: Morris Lee Grand, Thonnas Byron Gold, Jr. 

MOSS ROSE MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRIZE. For highest rating in the 
Second Year Silk Course, Day Classes: 
John Perin. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the Second-Year Silk Course Day 
student producing the best designed and woven Jocquard Silk Fabric: 
Mathew Francis Birnbaum. 
Honorable Mention: John Perin. 

ROBERT C. BOGER, SR.. PRIZE. To the student of the Second-Year Regular Course 

Day Classes attaining the highest rating for the year as regards progress and 

proficiency in the Department of Power Weaving: 

George Kapanjie. 

Honorable Mention: Harry Rudolph Nelson. 

ANNIE E. SINNOTT MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Second-Year Day 
Chemistry, Dyeing and Printing Course attaining the highest rating for two years 
of the Course: 
Bernard Menin. 

TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN IN ATTENDANCE ONE YEAR: 

MRS. THOMAS ROBERTS PRIZE. For the highest rating in the Regular Day Course: 

Harold Kirschenbaum, 

Honorable Mention: William J. Raob. 

DELTA KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY PRIZE. For the best executed work on the Hand 

Harness Loom, First Year Day Classes: 

Paul Arthu.r Koppe. 

Honorable Mention: George William Byers. 

PHI PS! FRATERNITY PRIZE. For the best executed work In Color Harmony and 

Designing, First-Year Day Classes: 

Armand Filer Burch and Harold Kirschenbaum. 

SIGMA PHI TAU FRATERNITY PRIZE. For highest rating in the Chemistry. Dyeing 
and Printing Course, First-Year Day Class: 
Eric Gudgeon. 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To student of the First-Year Evening 
Jocquard Class attaining the highest rating: 
John Wesley Archer, Jr. 

TO STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN IN ATTENDANCE 
AT LEAST TWO YEARS: 

SARAH TYLER WISTER MEMORIAL PRIZE. To the student of the Second Year 
Regular Course, Day Classes, attaining the highest rotlng for the year's work: 
Harry Rudolph Nelson. 
Honorable Mention: Thomos Augustus Fields. 

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SCHOLARSHIPS— EVENING SCHOOL 

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS— Regular Evening Textile Course: 

First Year: John Wesley Archer, Jr. 
Honorable Mention: Walter Thomas Bitting. 
Second Year: Edward Stephen Kelly. 
Honorable Mention: Dominic Francis Pagnotti. 



FULL COURSE CERTIFICATES— Evening School 



REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE (Three Years) 

Walter Richardson Crouch, Jr. 
Irwin Frank 
Frederick John Fuhrer 
Alexander Garbarczyk 
John Joseph Sleason, Jr. 
Richard Paul Heinrich 

CHEMISTRY AND DYEING COURSE (Three Years 



Robert Park Hope 
Graydon Edward Home 
Thomas S. Molyneux 
Robert Daniel Neveling 
Edward I. Stofman 
North Albert Woodhead 



Ralph Bates 
Richard Francis Betts 
James Edward Conway 
Peter Michael Coulter 
Edward Walter Dunn 
Walter Jacob Fritz 
Clarence Eugene Hunter, Jr. 
Pete Joseph Jaskel 
James Aloysius McDermott 

CHEMISTRY COURSE (Three Years] 

Talcott Daniel Andrews 
John Andrykow 
Charles Munder Good 



Ralph Leon Merrow 
Joseph Vincent Murray 
Francis T. Quinlan 
John Wood Rembe 
Edward Joseph Slickmeyer 
Moyer David Smith 
Peter Walter Volk 
Philip Coates Walton 
George Gustav Wunsch 



George Lawrence Manning 
Edward Eugene Miller 
George McGregor Thomas 



PARTIAL COURSE CERTIFICATES- 
DAY CLASSES 

TWO YEARS OF THE REGULAR TEXTILE COURSE 



Thomas Bayard Baldridge, Jr. 

Gilbert Roland Bassin 

Percy Brand 

Max Robert Cohen 

William Alexander Bell Davidson 

Williom James Dickey 

Sidney Dorfman 

Charles Trevor Dunham, Jr. 

Jack Herbert Einiger 

Thomos Augustus Fields 



Jacob Garre Garretson, Jr. 



Edward Stanley Gary, 
Melvin David Glass 
Thomas Byron Gold, Jr. 
Morris Lee Grand 
Martin Hahn 
Manning Halpert 
Franklin Jesse Hirschbe 
George Kopanjie 
Martin Seymour Klein 



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Two Years of the Regular Textile Course [continued] 



Kenneth Alguire Latinner 
Jack Lawrence Lipshutz, h 
Mario Mejia 

Frederic George Milliken 
DeWi+t Herbert Morton 
Harry Rudolph Nelson 
Malvin Leslie Newnnan 
John Warren Prifold 



Attilio Harold Zayotti, 



William Fred Protz 
Thomas Charles Ridgway 
Alexander Jacob Rosenberg 
Samuel Rubin 

Morton Ogden Stafford, Jr. 
Joseph George Stouffer 
William Rowland Thomas 
Alvin Victor 
Jr. 



TWO YEARS OF THE CHEMISTRY. DYEING 
AND PRINTING COURSE 



Edward Hungerford 
Frederick David Jones 
Wilbert Luther Kratz 



Bernard Menin 
Frederick Henry Winter 



CERTIFICATES^EVENING CLASSES 
WEAVE FORMATION (Three Years) 

Norman Binns 
James John Collins 
Thomas Mumford Fatkin, Jr. 
Howard U. Goldstein 
Walter W. Harrison 
Charles Joseph Kou.fman 
James Edgar Lamb 
Walter Joseph Lufkin, Jr. 
Waiter Hoger Morlock 

FABRIC ANALYSIS AND CALCULATIONS (Three Years) 

Lionel More Berard 

Norman Binns 
John James Collins 
Thomas Mumford Fatkin, Jr. 
Walter W. Harrison 
Donald Raymond Holmes 
Wolter Joseph Lufkin, Jr. 
Walter Hager Morlock 

FIGURED DESIGN (Two Years) 

James Leroy Davis 

COTTON YARN MANUFACTURE (One Yeai 



Clifford Nongle 
John Francis Noone 
Marshall Hopkins Roe 
Harry Francis Rooney 
Thomas Paul Rooney 
Albert Shapiro 

James Hollidoy Elliott Thorpe 
Mox Voloris 



Clifford Nongle 

John Francis Noone 

Harry Francis Rooney 

Thomas Paul Rooney 

Charles Leonard Schwobenland 

Albert Shapiro 

James Halliday Elliott Thorpe 

Max Voloris 



Carl Harvey Friebel 



J. Warren Binns 
William Bondar, Jr. 
Ralph Franklin Fleming 
Fritz Flor Koboyashi 



John Charles Lehmann 
Frank D. Pooley. Jr. 
John Risko 



WORSTED YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year 



Lionel Mare Berard 
Wallace Ray Brady 
Stephen Raymond Buggey 
E. Coghlin DeLone 
John Raymond Galbralth 
David S. Gibbs 
Bernard Horen 
John Paul Kuroczko 
James Payne McDowell 



Arthur Thomas Miller 
Harry Joseph O'Neill, Jr. 
Thomas Joseph Parkas 
John Joseph Raquet 
George Robinson, Jr. 
Howard Dwight Sipler 
James Henry Stake 
Frank Smith Weik 
George John Wolf 



WOOL YARN MANUFACTURE (One Year) 



John William Beaber 
Edwin John Benz 
Wallace Ray Brady 
John Thomas Drennen 
Wayne Franklin Fry 
John Carl Golbeski 
Melvin Golden 
Howard U. Goldstein 
Gerald Joseph Gorman 
Joel Wade McCannon 



Francis Michael McManus 

David Masters 

Harry Joseph O'Neill, Jr. 

John Risko 

George Robinson, Jr. 

Fletcher D. Street, Jr. 

Robert Humphreys Thompson 

Thomas Joseph Ward, Jr. 

Lloyd Hiram Williams 

John Fretz Worthington, Jr. 



RAW MATERIALS OF THE WOOL INDUSTRY (One Year) 



John Emil Alklns 
John M. Barthold 
Robert Bertsch Baum 
John William Beaber 
Paul Gousart Beatty 
Norman Binns 
William Bonder, Jr. 
Wallace Ray Brady 
Andrew Carlson, Jr. 
James John Collins 
Paul J. Dempsey 
Sidney Olmsteod Dutcher 
John Frederick Ennis 
Edmund Henry Evans 
Dominic Louis Fante 
A. Matthew Fishman 
Wayne Franklin Fry 
John Carl Golbeski 
Melgam Merritt Hicks 



Francis Edmund Higgins 
Walter W. Ingenthron, Jr. 
William Robert Jones 
Serias Henry Kline 
Charles Ernest Lincoln 
Francis Michael McManus 
George Jonathan Moffltt 
John Francis Noone 
William Alexander Popp 
Walter August Qualman, Jr. 
John Risko 
Raymond Schaefer 
Nicholas Seridenski 
Harry Roland Senior 
Lewis Weinstein 
Arthur Edward Wood 
John Fretz Worthington, Jr. 
Elwood Raymond Zeuner 



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Honorable mention to the following students of the Philadelphia Textile 
School, day classes, for completion of one year's work: 



Robert Beispel 
James Henry Biery 
George Richard Bertolet 
William Henry Bertolet 
Armand Filer Burch 
George William Byers 
John Patrick Callan 
Irving Davis 
Frank Judah Doft 
Abraham Fertik 
Richard Harding Fite 
George Edward Frey 
Harry Melvin Fry 
Eric Gudgeon 
Enrique Gonzalez Guerard 
Paul Kirk Holvorsen 
Ralph Jay Hoey 
Arthur Isroel 
Marcus Jackel 
George Jubrios 
Robert Karp 



Harold Kirschenbojm 

Paul Arthur Koppe 

William August Emil Kosche, Jr 

Norman Lev/is 

Cameron Carsv/ell MocNeill 

William James McDermott 

James Arnow McNaughton 

George William Oughton 

William Julius Raab 

Samuel Joseph Rexon 

Gilbert Taylor Rodman, Jr. 

Arnold Roher 

Norman Edv/ard Ruff 

Willard Lewis Ruhe 

Charles Martin Schroeder 

Walter Leo Schleyer 

Stephen Siegel 

Ray William Springer, Jr. 

Howard Monroe Tapper 

David Paul Tulcin 

Albert Miller Wells 



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PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

William M. Elkins, Chairman of the Board 

EX OFFICIIS 

Arthur H. James, Governor of Pennsylvania 

S. Davis Wilson, Mayor of Philadelphia 

George Connell, President of City Council 

Emory McMichael, President of Commissioners of Fairmount Park 



ELECTED BY MEMBERS 

Paul P. Cret 

William M. Elkins 

Charles D. Hart 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll 

Walter C. Janney 

John Story Jenks 

William F. Kurtz 

Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 



Staunton B. Peck 
Lessing J. Rosenwald 
Mrs. Wharton Sinkler 
J. Stogdell Stokes 
Roland L. Taylor 
George D. Widener 
Morris Wolf 
Charlton Yarnoll 



OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT 

J. Stogdell Stokes 



ASSISTANT SECRETARY AND 
ASSISTANT TREASURER 

Wiiiord P. Graham 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 
John Story Jenks 
George D. Widener 



PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL 
Edward Warwick 

DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM 
Fiske Kimball 



SECRETARY AND TREASURER 
Julius Zieget 



DIRECTOR OF THE 
TEXTILE SCHOOL 

Edward W. France 



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COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION 



J. S+ogdell Stokes, Chairman 

Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish 

Charles Childs 

Charles T. Coiner 

Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 

Nicola D'Ascenzo 

Alban Eavenson 

W. Griffin Gribbel 

Stanley H. Hart 



Theodore B. Hayward 

John Story Jenks 

Henry P. Mcllhenny 

Oscar E. Mertz 

Mrs. Frank Thorne Patterson 

Joseph P, Sims 

Mrs. J. Stogdell Stokes 

Mrs. S. Emien Stokes 

Franklin W. Watklns 



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ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 

Mrs. Frank Thome Patterson 

PRESIDENT 

Mrs. George S. G. Cavendish 



VICE-PRESIDENTS 

Mrs. H. S. Prentiss Nichols 
Mrs. Henry Brinton Coxe 



Mrs. Eli Kirk Price 

Miss Morgoretta S. Hinchnnan 



RECORDING SECRETARY 
Mrs. Ralph Earle 

TREASURER 

Mrs. Benjamin Rush, Jr. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

Mrs. Littleton W. T. Waller. J. 



MEMBERS 



Mrs. Lewis Audenried 
Mrs. Edgar W. Baird 
Mrs. Henry A. Berwind, Jr. 
Nicholas Biddle 
John B. Carson 
J. Hannilton Cheston 
Mrs. William A. Dick 
Mrs. John T. Dorrance 
Russell Duane 
George H. Frazier 
Henry C. Gibson 
F. Woodson Hancock 
Thomas Hart 
Mrs. J. Bertram Hervey 
Mrs. Henry S. Jeones 
Mrs. John Story Jenks 



Mrs, 
Mrs 
Mrs 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Mrs. W. Logan MacCoy 
Mrs. Sydney E. Martin 
Mrs. John D. Mcllhenny 
Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs 
Mrs. Thornton Oakley 
Mrs. Alfred Coxe Prime 
Mrs. George A. Robbins 
Mrs. Joseph Kennard Skill 
Mrs. C. Shillard-Smith 
Mrs. Walter E. Spear 
Mrs. W. Standley Stokes 
Mrs. William P. Wear 
Mrs. John H. Whelen, Jr. 
Mrs. P. A. B. Widener, 2nd 
Mrs. John Wintersteen 
Mrs. C. Stewart Wurts 



ing 



CONTRIBUTING MEMBER 

Mrs. Percival Roberts, Jr. 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Mrs. Edward Browning 
Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury 



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